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post #41 of 49
Panpakes = pancakes
Hihop = IHOP
Pahtee = Grandpa (my dad)
Broom-Broom = semi
Ta-mo = chocolate milk
Meemo = Mickey Mouse

I know there's more I'm forgetting, but those are the big ones that we've all picked up.
post #42 of 49
I am loving this thread! DD is five now, but we still hang on to a few words even though she knows how to say them correctly.

Juice smoothy-susey

pacifier-gunky (sje couldn't say nookie)

That one is for when she see's babies with "gunkies"

Awwwww, I miss toddler words....
post #43 of 49
Not quite a Toddler here, but a Friend's 2 year old called my fish - hvish, and nur for nurse which I stole from this board.
post #44 of 49
I still say hangabur for hamburger, from when my little sister was a toddler. (she just turned 18. )
post #45 of 49
Croca = crocodile
Cup-cup = milk
Boom = Fireworks

We were at the fair last week and at the end of the day, they had fireworks and I caught myself saying to DH, "Wow, look at those booms!"
post #46 of 49
"a-wah" (agua) = water
and, my favorite:
"butt-ball" = football
post #47 of 49
Not my kid...yet but so cute

Peas= please
please= peas

Unless he is really thinking before he speaks they come out that way
post #48 of 49
DS calls himself "Rowrow" (his name is Rowan). It cracks me up.
post #49 of 49
Squeeky= Monkey. DD2 has a stuffed monkey that squeekys.. Squeeky monkey became squeeky and then every monkey became squeeky.
Nanners= bananas
botom bottom= bottom
duper=diaper
elle= mellon
rapes=grapes (got to get her to change this one, her yelling me rapes over and over again when she wants grapes in public is a little embarassing)
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